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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of 17 patients presenting with extra-intestinal infections likely caused by species of Aeromonas

From: Taxonomy, virulence genes and antimicrobial resistance of Aeromonas isolated from extra-intestinal and intestinal infections

Strains Species Disease spectrum Underlying condition Polymicrobial infection
BJ127 A. dhakensis Wound infection after cholecystectomy Liver cirrhosi and Gallbladder cyst
BJ069 A. dhakensis Bacteremia Pneumonia Klebsiella pneumoniae
BJ123 A. media Bacteremia Pneumonia and uremia
BJ015 A. dhakensis Cholecystitis Post Liver transplantation Stenotrophomonas maltophilia
BJ022 A. dhakensis Cholecystitis Post Liver transplantation Klebsiella pneumoniae
BJ016 A. caviae Cholecystitis Post Liver transplantation Klebsiella pneumoniae
BJ093 A. caviae Cholecystitis Post Liver transplantation
BJ128 A. caviae Chronic Cholecystitis Post Liver transplantation Klebsiella pneumoniae
BJ124 A. sanarellii Cholecystitis Post Liver transplantation
BJ042 A. caviae Urinary infection Renal tuberculosis
BJ043 A. caviae Urinary infection Renal insufficiency
BJ126 A. veronii Wound infection after Rectal cancer radical resection Rectal cancer and Esophagus cancer Proteus mirabilis
BJ014 A. hydrophila Hydrothorax Lung cancer
BJ017 A. hydrophila Hydrothorax Lung cancer
BJ018 A. hydrophila Wrapped empyema Lung cancer
BJ054 A. hydrophila Hydrothorax Esophagus cancer
BJ125 A. hydrophila Wound infection after mastectomy Breast cancer